Double means trouble for Monique’s opponents

Monique Perry and Ron Bendall brave the bitter Melbourne cold to watch Ashley McMahon take out the men’s 60m

Monique Perry won the short sprint double when she took out the women’s 40+ years 60m on Day 2 of the Australian Masters championships in Melbourne.

Jo Davis finished fourth behind her in her second personal best time of the championships.

Maria Cimino also was in PB form, throwing a PB to take silver in the women’s 45+ years hammer throw.

Ashley McMahon won gold, taking out the men’s 40+ years 60m and later in the day took the bronze medal in the 400m.

Alice Bohdan added to her medal tally with a silver in the women’s 45+ years high jump and a bronze in the 80m hurdles..

Other Ron Bendall squad finalists were Alice Bohdan, fifth in the women’s 45+ years 60m and sixth in the shot put; Maria Cimino, sixth in the women’s 45+ years 60m; and Janet Naylon, 10th in the women’s 50+ years 60m.



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